February 2024

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CDs and LPs Are Helping Indie Artists Succeed | Disc Makers

We profile five indie artists who are making waves with their music on CDs and vinyl LPs. It’s not all about streaming! In the digital age, where streaming seems to dominate the music industry, the article “Let’s Get Physical: CDs and Vinyl LPs Are Helping These Indie Artists Succeed” from the Disc Makers Blog, penned […]


Tip Jar: Elevate Your Next P.I.T.C.H. – Music Connection Magazine

Elevate your next pitch and ensure all the essential elements are included by using this “P.I.T.C.H.” framework. When it comes to pitching someone, you need to ensure you have all the key information, outlined in a detailed and easily digestible flow. In the realm of music and its ever-evolving landscape, the art of pitching oneself […]


Getting Your Team Together – Music Connection Magazine

I have lots of new goodies for you since we last got together, such as the dominance of streaming, why artists have more power than ever in history, the emergence of music created by artificial intelligence (some argue that’s been going on since the beginning of stoner rock) In the insightful piece “Getting Your Team […]


SEO for Musicians: How to Increase Visibility | Disc Makers

Getting your music out into the world is one thing, but getting people to notice you is no small task. Luckily, there are plenty of tools that can help interested listeners find you. SEO, or search engine optimization, is one of the most vital components of your digital marketing strategy. In the digital age, where […]

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Music Marketing: Complete Guide for 2024 | Two Story Melody

Working with musicians, I get asked all the time – how can I reach a wider audience and get people to hear my music? I wish there was a simpler answer, but there isn’t. I won’t lie; music marketing is complex, time-consuming, and frustrating. The article from Two Story Melody, titled “Music Marketing: Complete Guide […]


Savvy tips for a thriving music social media presence – RouteNote Blog

Utilise one of the greatest marketing tools available to you to get your music heard and reach new fans: Social Media. In the bustling digital arena, where every artist vies for visibility and connection, the RouteNote Blog offers a beacon of guidance with its article, “Savvy tips for a thriving music social media presence.” This […]


The Key To Booking Better Gigs

Do you want to turn your next gig into an unforgettable show? In front of a packed crowd? In a cooler venue? In the quest for booking better gigs, the ReverbNation Blog offers a unique perspective, intertwining the principles of economics with the art of gig management. The core message revolves around the concepts of […]

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Apple Music Promotion Guide (2024)

Spotify has been dominating the DPS space for a while now, but that doesn’t mean Apple Music should be ignored: it is the most popular streaming service in the US in 2023 and is predicted to reach 125 million subscribers in 2025. The article from Two Story Melody serves as a comprehensive guide to promoting […]

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10 Ways to Make Money as a Musician in 2024

If you’ve never made money as a musician, this could be the year you join the ranks. Assuming the experience of trying to make some money this way doesn’t break you; maybe your goals grow to trying to make a full time living as an indie artist. The article from Two Story Melody, titled “10 […]


On the Road to Well-Being: Mental and Physical Health Hacks for Touring Musicians

For most DIY Musicians, embarking on a tour is an exhilarating adventure, but let’s face it— it comes with its own set of challenges. Embarking on a tour is an exhilarating yet challenging adventure for DIY musicians. The article “On the Road to Well-Being: Mental and Physical Health Hacks for Touring Musicians” by Cristina Cano […]